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Please help me my brother wants to travel to Malaysia, what can I do to stop him

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i have a friend in syrilanka, we finished high school at sango ota together,

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why singapore? why the desperation?

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All my bros, I salute you all.

I am not really satisfied with the response I have received. I am still in dare need of advice, I happened to gain admission in Nanyang Technological university, Singapore to study Offshore engineering (MSc.) full time and would commence studies by 24th july, 2007. My student pass/visa has been approved and a copy sent to me.

My problem now is that I am having difficulty raising the tuition fee S$18000 (N1.54m) payable in two semesters. I have been able to raise about N 300,000 for the trip. I was thinking about raising half of the tuition fee before traveling then search for student loan/scholarship and/or do part time job while schooling to cater for myself and pay for the other half of the tuition fee. Unfortunately, the school said I can only work after spending one semester with them, i.e work part time only 16hours per week during school session and full time during vacation .

Right now, I need any information regarding how tosurvive in Singapore. I am just so ready to take the risk after being jobless after my graduation with 2.1 in Marine Engineering since 2004 in Naija.

Here is my profile:

•   One time civilian instructor with Nigerian Naval Engineering College

•   A Christian Chaplain Officer

•   I am from Rivers(Maternal) and Delta (Paternal) States of Nigeria and connected with oil (Bonnilite) refined grade export by legal transhipment in association with SHELL and  Senior Security Officers, Security of Foreign buyer is guaranteed. If I could see a sincere and straightforward buyer then my case is settled. PLEASE NO 419 BUYER. We have had huge losses in chatering tankers while dealing with fake and unprepared foreign buyers.

All the bros, your bros is kind of frustrated in Naija. HELP ME O!

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@smile4kenn

U so right.If u want to experince a real racism i advice you go there

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Malaysia sucks. I have been there b4. lots of naija citizens and with the high racism. Malaysia is for malaysians and not for foreigners

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my guy i really pity you and i understand how u feel , well the first questions is this or let me put it like this the issues a re like this number 1 , you cant stop ur brother except maybe u are the one sponsoring him . secondly

i was suppose to travel to malayia this year well the guy that was presuurising me to go told me i was a fool that it was easy to go to australia and new zealand and uk , well i cross checked and to my amazement it was true but but but with a condition u must have a student visa after having paid 4000us dollars. well he peresuaded 3 of his friends to collect visiting malaysian visa for 3 month at thhe rate of 150k each

do u know waht

they came back after 3weeks

no job in malaysia , now i will like to sound a note of warning here to people

PLS PLS PLS PLS dont believe everything bu read on the net about countries or people , always try to verify with people on ground thhere how the place is i did my check and thank god i didnt follow them so pls advice ur brother and give him a condition that my own brother gave mme which made me change my mind , my brother lives in dubai he said my brother u want to collect 5-6k to go to malaysia that REMENBER I WILL NOT GIVE U THIS KIND OF MONEY AGA IN . , i thought twice and i thank God i listened to my brother . tell ur brother if he now insists then let him go , ur neck is free

the only job they do in malayia i mean nierians is 41 n, thhey call their computer office . waste of life it is

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My brother Singapore is not where you can hussle or do any menial job please stay in Naija Unless you get work offer in Singapore

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All my bros, I salute you all.

I am in dare need of advice, I happened to gain admission in Nanyang Technological university, Singapore to study Offshore engineering (MSc.) full time and would commence studies by 24th july, 2007. My student pass/visa has been approved and a copy sent to me.

My problem now is that I am having difficulty raising the tuition fee S$18000 (N1.54m) payable in two semesters. I have been able to raise about N 300,000 for the trip. I was thinking about raising half of the tuition fee before traveling then search for student loan/scholarship and/or do part time job while schooling to cater for myself and pay for the other half of the tuition fee. Unfortunately, the school said I can only work after spending one semester with them, i.e work part time only 16hours per week during school session and full time during vacation .

Right now, I need any information regarding how tosurvive in Singapore. I am just so ready to take the risk after being jobless after my graduation with 2.1 in Marine Engineering since 2004 in Naija.

Here is my profile:

• One time civilian instructor with Nigerian Naval Engineering College

• A Christian Chaplain Officer

• I am from Rivers(Maternal) and Delta (Paternal) States of Nigeria and connected with oil (Bonnilite) refined grade export by legal transhipment in association with SHELL and Senior Security Officers, Security of Foreign buyer is guaranteed. If I could see a sincere and straightforward buyer then my case is settled. PLEASE NO 419 BUYER. We have had huge losses in chatering tankers while dealing with fake and unprepared foreign buyers.

All the bros, your bros is kind of frustrated in Naija. HELP ME O!

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No wahala yourself!! nobe person go tell am! when him land there!

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You are rite. malaysia and singapore is not for non citizens.

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@babasin

Very funny

I have been to Singapore and Malaysia And I bet you Mr Poster You dont need to be worried your brother will be on the next flight to back Naija like the prodigal son.

But if he has been offered a job and resident permit by a company(multinational one oooooooo) then that is ok

The place is developed but I tell you not for none citizens

How will he work

How will he rent a house

with no paper ?

We africans are not respected because we have no HERO FIGURES to them.

To every qualified Nigerian they have a lot of people that can do better.

I am just laughing because I have been there and I meet Nigerians there and men I have never seen Nigerians defeated in attitude any other place.

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@babasin

Very funny

I have been to Singapore and Malaysia And I bet you Mr Poster You dont need to be worried your brother will be on the next flight to back Naija like the prodigal son.

But if he has been offered a job and resident permit by a company(multinational one oooooooo) then that is ok

The place is developed but I tell you not for none citizens

How will he work

How will he rent a house

with no paper ?

We africans are not respected because we have no HERO FIGURES to them.

To every qualified Nigerian they have a lot of people that can do better.

I am just laughing because I have been there and I meet Nigerians there and men I have never seen Nigerians defeated in attitude any other place.

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According to malaysia labour law, Noncitizens are not allowed to work unless you have been in the country legally for at least 5 years, So watch your back before you go to truely Asia. Malaysia is the home base of Nigeria 419, Thats the headquater,

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Hi guy,

I have done a lot of researches about malaysia and seem to be a very good place to be. The research started when some came from there and said a tobacco and aloy realm company needed people to work. I got two malaysia VISA, one for my Bros and the other one for my cousin. But going to three wks now they are still around . Is there anyway we could utilize this opportunity so that they dont waste the visa or what do u advise.

If u could get job for them , then yu take your commisiion over a period of time. What do u advise.

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wetin hin dey naija dey do 4 u? u no dey watch CNN where dem say MALAYSIA truly ASIA

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sri-lanka is in what contenient?

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pls can someone tell me about sri-lanka,because i have a brother with an invitation letter to travel there.i am not worried at all cos i know what will be will surely be.

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@mp7007

u dont have to be insulting about the way you give ur comments. wat personal beef do you have with the concerned sibling? really, i was starting to think maybe u were the brother in question.

@topic

i dont know much about malaysia but from wat i am reading i would definatly advice u to look at malaysia critically. it may not be a bad idea after all.

@dasarge

the gsm number is not complete.

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I will advice your brother to stay back In Nigeria and get a degree first. Truely, There is no place like Home. No place Like my Nigeria.

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Almost 80% of Nigerians in Asia especially #1 malaysia, #2 china, #2 Singapore that are all yahoo boyz. if your brother is going there and hes a yahoo boy then he will meet some niggas there to work with.

All u naija Niggas in Malaysia, I hail ohhh

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@4play

Life is definitely better in the UK than Malaysia

It depends on your perspective, Malaysia is a developing economy and economic growth is very rapid. Corruption is minimal and the system works

Nigeria and Malaysia were at par with roughly the same GDP in 1969, now were are still $400 or so and Malaysia is now $3-4000 dollars.

They are not richer than Nigeria just more sensible less greedy and less corrupt (there is still corruption)

A Malaysian in the UK will earn more in the UK doing the same job than in Malaysia, thats why your Malaysian medical student friend said life is better in the UK

The cost of living is much lower in Malaysia than Nigeria and the standard of living is much better

However in the UK the cost of living is much higher ie you pay more for everything, housing, electricity & transport etc

Interesting point: Malaysia is the worlds largest producer of oil palm, the original seeds for the oil palm plantations were sourced from NIFOR (Nigerian Institute for oil palm research) in the 1970s

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If U Can Afford To Foot His Bills(A Lot Cheaper Than UK or US) With Mordern Facilities in Most Universities , Then OK.

But, If Hes Coming Over To Hustle( Work And School) Then No No. Malaysia Doesnt Guarantee Work For Intl Students. A Couple Of Nigerians Who Come Over To Hustle Are Often Dissapointed Unless U Are Brilliant And U Have Something To Offer. We Have Quite A Nmber Of Lecturers Here Doing Well.

Most Directionless Nigerian Folks In Malaysia Are "Yahoo Boyz". So, If He Is Coming Over For Education( Expense Paid) - Very Good.

But If Else,,,,,,,,,,,,,Shove It.

Let Him Go To North America Or Europe Or Take The Best Option: Stay In Nigeria. I Swear There's No Place Like Home.

Nigeria Is Opening Up Too. With Good Leadership Things Can Only Get Better.

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A Malaysian medical student in the UK told me that life is better in the UK than Malaysia.Who should I believe?

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Malaysia is a nice country. i'm currently studying in singapore, will soon be to Malaysia for a visit. Its damn expensive in here 'cos there's no such thing as working and schooling for private school students, but Malaysia-truly Asia is a lot cheaper. Jeshua allow ur broda jo

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, u didnt tell us why u dont want him to leave.use brain now, this is not an "in my mind web page" and besides the guy is looking for green pastures , ehn ehn cos its asia abi? i bet u'll have been begging for prayers for him if he was going to USA OR UK, u have issues. i wish him safe journey

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I visit malaysia almost everymonth because of my studies. Malaysia is the fastest Developing Undeveloped Nation in the world and according to Un, one of the best place to live in Asia. Malaysia is called Truely Asia because so many Asians live in malaysia. Three major tribes in malaysia, chinese malay, india malay and malaysians malay. To be sincere with you i will give you the loaddown of what malaysia is about.The roads are better than that of Uk and they have one of the best toll gafe service in the world. Touch & Go. There are alot of internation students there mostly Nigerians because Rivers state and one other state sends 200 youths every year to study there. No workstudy in malaysia!!!. You cant work while going to school. Malaysia is one of the best countries in asia with 3 times world best airport(kuala lumpur intl airport) and there tourism is of international standard.

Malaysians dont speak English only the foreigners speak english and Racism from very few malaysians still exist but they will always respect you because of the fact that you are a foriegner. Shopping here is made easy. Transportation is cheap and easy from fully airconditioned Taxi to Tubes to trains, Helicopter shuttle. Studying here is better but depends on the school. There are alot of students all over the world mostly europeans, asians. Malaysian money is riggits. 3.5 riggits to 1 US$,  and 35 naira to 1 Riggits, Studying here is cheap.

I will advice you to allow your brother study in malaysia if there will be funds available for him through out his study because no employment promised. The Nigerians in Malaysia are people that their parents back home can afford their cost of study through the 3 years of study. There must be allowance for feeding and welfare.

Most weekends, you can take train to singapore. So many Nigerians spend there weekends in singapre because you only need to take a train there of about 40 riggits. Singapore is also another great crountry but its a country where you can naver play with their laws. No breaking of rules.

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Malaysia and Nigeria share everything in common, weather is fairly same.

The aviation is so developed that they use 737 for journey of 45mins: KL --> Singapore.

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@truetalk,

You should visit KL surely, go to Batu Caves. rent a car and drive to Penang Island. Lovely.

It would remind you of going to VI from 3rd MB but better facility.

Also visit Cameron island, where tea is produced. The British still have some old colonial structures.

Transport easy, very cheap. Food clean, cheap and spicey like Naija.

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Nice one dasarge,

but unlike others, I'm not thinking of studying, rather I'm thinking towards holidaying/vacation

required info will be more of accomodation costs, places to visit,

how expensive is the town??

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Dear Jeshua, True Talk and Dolami.

You can only work after your first full year in Malaysia. They want to be sure that you are there primarily to study and not just to Hussle. It doesnt cost you much to get the Visa from my agency, it will cost you N45,000 ($320) for admission application and Visa approval from the Malaysian School. When you have the letter from me within 4 weeks of making your payment, you will then proceed to the malaysian High Commission in Abuja to get the Visa Stamped on your passport. You will need a Yellow Card attached to your passport before you go to Abuja. If you need further advise please contact us on:

Michelle Humphrey

018192523/0805373279-Lagos

02084517391/07944628489-London

Please note that the school i represent can help you transfer to Universities in the Uk, USA and Australia to do the Final year of your study.

Cheers!

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@ne4real

am impressed with ur kindness to offer some help

according to ur post. pls am interested in schoolin in

malaysia, even thou i want uk, but never work out.

i will like us to talk privily this is my

email - dolamos@yahoo.com

expects frm u.

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@Babasin & Dasarge,

Abeg try to fill me in with better info on Malaysia!

I've heard about how beautiful the country is et al.

How pocket friendly is the place for a tourist, as I'm organising with a few friends to have our vacation there?

Whats the hotel bill like, what places are to be visited, their immigration procedures, their people,

All tips will be appreciated

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JESHUA, do encourage your brother to go after his degree. malaysia is truly booming and loads of nigerians are heading there. two states govt, sent over 400 people for studies on scholarship. i have a friend who has been there 4 ,3 years and he is rounding up his degree.i also have a close freind who we use to work 2gether who just left to pursue a course in software engineering. i on my won have secured admission to one of thier schools in the capital. thier school fees are cheeap ,housiong good, road wonderful considering niaja,telecom, rail, water, visits to cointries like australia, new zealand, singapore, hong kong, japan is alot easy. these people have moved so we need to go tap into what makes them thick and bring back our experiences to bear in our own country, cos there is no where like HOME.

PLEASE ENCOURAGE THE BOY, THOUGH their airticket is expensive, i can help in arranging thier visa .u dont need to go to any agents . am in abuja and their embassy in here.am processing mine as well so ican resume somethime in october or early january. cheers.

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How easy is it to get a Malaysian Visa and also work there while studying? If you can give me a good load down of what your agencies atke and the risk involved, I might consider becos I really want to help him, I know he is ambitious but he is just not too cautious. Mind you i dont trust agencies-he is studyng Mathematics, with what we discussed last, I guess he has an extra year now in the university in Nigeria but I guess he will be through before september.

help if you can and dont forget we are nigerians

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Hello, I am a recruitment agent for a school based in Malaysia and i have been there. Its a very lovely place and you can get into the system and improve your education. My school helps people move over to the UK from Malaysia in the final year of the Undergraduate programme. People have actually come to the Uk from there and gone back to Malaysia after schooling because its a very peaceful and lovely place.

if you need further briefing on this, just call me on +44(0)7944628489. I will be very glad to help you out.

Many regards to you all.

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I dont not support anyone travelling without getting their degree!

Pls ask him to get this first. is he doing IT or engineering? difficult to get work permit but if brillant. Big companies will take him.

Also, I dont suggest him to do laymay job just that economy is booming.

1. Quality, cheap housing.

2. road better than UK

3. Traing better than UK

4. Good standard of leaving: Your salary enough to sustain you.

5. Very safe.

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You are simply saying I should encourage him? He is still struggling with his undergraduates. But can you prove all this news on the development of Malaysia? Better than the U.K.? If it reminds you of Nigeria then its not safe.

Then do you think it is advisable for a degree holder to come and be doing your layman job when he has better option?

I think the reason he wants out of Nigeria is because of the economic situation but I dont want him to go out of Frying pan to fire.

Thanks anyway, enjoy your stay in Malaysia-truly Asia but by the way he told me someone promised to get the visa for him for a price. I do not buy the idea

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@Babasin,

Fantastic!

Thanks Chief. Very inviting,

Abeg what'll weather be like for August??

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depends. Singapore is much advance but too small. Malaysia is really catching up very fast and it big; so room to grow.

Also layman jobs is plenty in Malaysia while Singapore have more technical job.

Above all, I love living in Malaysia.

Always remind me of Nigeria; vegetation, people(muslim, christian, etc), food etc but of much better infrastructure/Safe compare to Naija.

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malaysia and singapore, which is better?

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I presently live in Malaysia.

Its lovely and peaceful. No armed robber on the road. The roads are better than UK roads.

The toll-gate has 'touch&go' so I dont wait ot bribe anyone when am driving through the highway.

How will your brother get VISA? Singapore is VISA free for Nigerians but not Malaysia.

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Malaysia is a beautiful country! For leisure or honest business, it's the place to be! Nigeria should learn from the Malay experience in development. If anything, your brother should be encouraged!

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Why would you wanna stop him?

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